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Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad
The Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad Company (DL&W) was chartered in 1851 as a consolidation of the Lackawanna and Western Railroad and the Delaware and Cobb's Gap Railroad . The rail line became known simply as the Lackawanna.
The line ran from the Lackawanna Valley in Pennsylvania northwest to Buffalo, New York, north to Lake Ontario and east to Hoboken, New Jersey as its New York City area terminus. It built a major terminal in Scranton, Pennsylvania in 1908.
- Thomas Patrick Norton 1906 to 1960, Hoboken Terminus, Yardmaster
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